Did you know that there is evidence of goats and sheep being sheared for wool and hair and then spun and woven as early as 6000 BC? It is true. Also, a 1480 BC Egyptian fresco of handloom was discovered in 1953, marking an important carpet invention. A 464 BC, Pazyryk rug woven was later discovered in an ice-filled tomb in outer Mongolia in 1960. This specimen has all the characteristics of a modern Persian or Anatolian rug with a pile and Ghiordes knot.
From 2000 to now, however, carpet choices have never been more diverse. Identifying the need to move with the changing demands of the consumer, carpet manufacturers across the world have grown to offer a huge variety of diverse carpet ranges. Thousands of textures, colors, designs, and styles leave no stone unturned.